Years of Experience: 4
Ke'ira Washington stands as a multifaceted beacon in the realm of cultural education and justice. As the proud mother of seven and the visionary and owner of Uyoyaa, Ke'ira dedicates her life to uplifting black communities, embodying the principles of Sankofa in her every endeavor.
Ke'ira is the founder of the transformative 'Coming of Age Workshops.' and 'Rite of Passage: The Journey'. These initiatives are specifically designed for black women and girls, offering a nurturing space to discover their strength through the power of healing and self-realization.
Her journey is not just a testament to her resilience and dedication but also a source of inspiration, guiding a new generation towards a future rooted in cultural pride.
Get to Know Ke'ira:
Q: How long have you been a virtual assistant?
A: I have been a VA for 4 years.
Q: What's the hardest part about balancing work and motherhood?
A: The hardest part of balancing the household and motherhood is the ability to spend as much time as possible with my kids. I have to split myself in many different ways to get things done and it is not an easy task. But being an entrepreneur, allows me to focus more on what's important.
Q: What do you like most about your work?
A: The thing that I like the most about my work is the versatility in my work as well the ability to assist businesses while being a full time mom.
Q: What's your favorite thing to do with your kids?
A: My favorite thing to do with my kids is split between traveling and playing video games with them.
Q: What do you enjoy most about being a VA? A: It allows me to "mom" full time and still be able to support my family financially. I have a little one with special needs and I enjoy being able to spend time with her and attend all of her appointments.